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March 2014 Archive

Moocs may create a global trail of failed business schools

Source: Financial Times

The Mooc (massive open online course) phenomenon is having a significant impact on higher education- especially business education.
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Cassidy: Shark Tank competition seeks to boost educational technology in Silicon Valley

Source: San Jose Mercury News

Dreamers come to Silicon Valley from around the world to build the future, the next big things that are going to change the way we work and live. So what's up with the valley's schools?
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How Twitter Turned Out to Be the Only Second Screen We Really Need

Source: Time

Yahoo recently announced that it is shutting down IntoNow, which it acquired three years ago.
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Who Rules The Second Screen, Facebook Or Twitter?

Source: Forbes

Twitter’s user growth in the last couple quarters may have been less than stellar, but one place the social messenging service hasn’t disappointed is its hold on television viewers.
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Second-screen apps? Viewers say ho-hum, but execs see potential.

Source: The Los Angeles Times

Networks, advertisers and tech start-ups have been trying to better engage consumers who increasingly play with their smartphones and tablets while watching TV. According to a TV industry study, they have a long way to go.
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5 Social Media Trends for 2014: New Research

Source: Social Media Examiner

Want to know where social marketers are focusing in 2014? Based on new research, here are five areas you should start paying attention to right away.
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